Publications: The Petroleum Economics Monthly

Blundering to $250 per Barrel (April 2011)

This report opens with a cryptic statement: “Expect crude oil prices to touch $250 per barrel before the decade ends.” It then goes on to discuss in detail how the uncoordinated bumbling of government policymakers and the oil industry “leadership” has increased price volatility in oil markets over the last two decades. This issue also examines “demand destruction” and how the US Department of Energy seems to be channeling Bernie Madoff as it “victimizes” investors in US refining and marketing capacity.


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